Linux Kamarada

Remote access software lets you remotely control (use) a computer from another computer. In some situations, remote access can be useful: to use the work computer while being at home (home office); to provide remote support to a colleague or customer; or even to avoid moving to a particular device on the other side of...

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GlobalProtect is the name of the virtual private network (VPN) provided by the Palo Alto Networks firewalls. Are you going to work remotely for a company that requires you to use this VPN? Here’s how to install the necessary software and connect on openSUSE Leap and Tumbleweed and also on Linux Kamarada (a novel Linux...

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If you have a digital certificate, you can sign documents before sending them, so that who receives them feels confident about their authenticity and integrity. Today you are going to see how to do that with the LibreOffice office suite, which is able to sign not only ODF documents created by itself, but also any...

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Linux Kamarada is a Brazilian Linux distribution that can be used on personal computers, be at home or at work, in private companies or government entities. It was made thinking on people who are starting to use computers and/or Linux, but it also appeal to more experienced users. Linux Kamarada comes with the essential software...

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Before the Christmas break, I promised that I would show 20 games for Linux, proving that this operating system is great even for those who use their computer for fun. I decided to split the post in two parts, otherwise it would have been too long. This is the second part.

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The development cycle for Linux Kamarada 15.1 is coming to an end. The Linux Kamarada Project is pleased to announce the availability of the Release Candidate (RC) for the homonym Linux distribution, which is now available for download.The Linux Kamarada Project aims to spread and promote Linux as a robust, secure, versatile and easy to...

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Commonly, restricted access systems authenticate their users by requesting a combination of username (a.k.a login) and password.A brute-force attack is a type of attack that consists in trying to guess a combination of username and password that grants access to a system. If an attacker knows at least an existing username, they are already halfway,...

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Who said Linux is not an operating system for games? Christmas break was coming, so I decided to search games for Linux and I found the results quite impressive. I myself didn’t know there were that many options available, and more are being released every day, as the community of Linux users and developers grows.I...

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Here is a tip for developers using Git: have you ever had a hard time merging branches? Did you know that there are GUI tools to resolve conflicts? They can make your job a lot easier. Today we are going to take a look at two of them: the Atom text editor and the Meld...

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We haven’t talked about servers for a while… Today we are going to talk about security thinking on servers first, but on desktops too, either at home or at work. The Internet has made it much easier to access, send and share information. But together with the pros, come the cons: besides convenience, the Internet...

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The Linux Kamarada Project aims to spread and promote Linux as a robust, secure, versatile and easy to use operating system, suitable for everyday use be at home, at work or on the server. The project focuses mainly on distribution and documentation.

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